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Today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus features interview guest Sharel Cassity. Saxophonist, composer and educator Sharel Cassity is back on The Jazz Hole for the third time in 10 years and she talks about her brand new album “Fearless”, her move to Chicago and her recent battle with Post Lyme Disease. Other music today comes from trumpeter and composer Michael Sarian’s new album “Michael Sarian’s Aurora”. Michael Sarian’s New Aurora – “Aurora” & “Primo” Album: New Aurora Michael Sarian (tp, flh), Santiago Leibson (p), Marty Kenney (b) and Dayeon Seok (d) “Fearless”, “Surrender” & “Last Minute” Album: Fearless Sharel Cassity (as, composer of “Fearless” & “Surrender”), Richard Johnson (p, composer of “Last Minute”), Alex Claffy (b) and Mark Whitfield Jr. (d)
Introducing new albums by Ben Wendel, the Huntertones, Ricardo Grilli and much more on today’s episode of The Jazz Hole with Linus
Flutist and composer Hadar Noiberg is today’s interview guest on The Jazz Hole with Linus. Next to music from her brand new album From The Ground Up, you also get to hear tracks from Guilherme Dias Gomes’ new album Leste as well as music by Violette, Gregorio Uribe Big Band, Huntertones and Natalie Fernandez.
An entire edition of “The Jazz Hole” about – and with – the rising star of the Latin Jazz scene, the charming Gregorio Uribe, leader of the Gregorio Uribe Big Band. The band’s debut album “Cumbia Universal” just came out and it features a 16-piece orchestra that blends Cumbia and other Colombian rhythms with Big Band arrangements. Star guests include multiple Grammy Award-winner Ruben Blades.
On today’s episode of “The Jazz Hole” you get to hear a mix of jazz, Middle Eastern-influenced music, Latin rhythms and much more. Enjoy a brand new track from the album Bird Under Water by the talented NYC-based Pakistani composer and vocalist Arooj Aftab and stay tuned until the grand finale of today’s episode: a live recording by the brilliant Turkish vocalist, jazz and film composer Gizem Gokoglu, who has quickly established herself in New York City.

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